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my sister got a job when she just turned 15, i am nearly 16 and i really want to get a job. how do i talk about getting one with my parents i feel like sort of embarrassed to bring it up
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my sister got a job when she just turned 15, i am nearly 16 and i really want to get a job. how do i talk about getting one with my parents i feel like sort of embarrassed to bring it up
If u have a certain field in ur mind to work on ,bring it as a topic ,and tell them for example id s1 wanna work in certain field ,is good option ,how much the salary!! ,,,, or say it directly that u were thinking abt being independent and u wanna get a job .
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i think have a reason to get the job such as is it the money to get something you want etc. This probably should convince them
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my sister got a job when she just turned 15, i am nearly 16 and i really want to get a job. how do i talk about getting one with my parents i feel like sort of embarrassed to bring it up
Just tell them you are going to look for a pert-time job - check you know how many how you can legally do and the pay to expect. I can't think [as a parent myself] why they'd be concerned.
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